Bijay Kant Dubey

The Glow-Worm - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey

The glow worm, how the tiny creature, flying with the light,
The light glimmering
And the path it lighting upon,
Decorating the night,
The bushes and the creepers,
Flying into skies.

A yellowish and grey looking worm,
With the dotted eyes,
It keeps lighting and radiating
The bushes and the creepers
And the paths lonely.

When not with the light
Returning all alone on the muddy ways,
I fearing the snakes,
Find you lighting,
Glowing and glimmering.

The glow worm a strange gift of God
Gifted with the light
And they showing in their own,
To fly with the light,
To sparkle their job.

A little worm, pale and yellow,
With two dotted eyes
Taking the flight
And illuminating,
Sparkling and twinkling.

The light it has got,
The twinkle and the sparkle
Not less than that of a star,
They shining up above
And the glow worms beneath.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 9, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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